Five Things Old Programmers Should Remember
Gary Wisniewski
73872

Age is no barrier kiddies. At 82 I still code, manage important data and enjoy life. I tried “retirement” and stopped after a few months; very unsatisfying even with engaging hobbies. So at 63 I remade myself from a chemist to a software engineer and never looked back. In mhy experience we old folks are much more efficient, and companies that would rather import wet behind the ears Indians than see what’s around them don ‘t know what they’re missing